ATLANTA (AP) - Wings Air has suspended until further notice its
scheduled flights between Athens and Macon and Hartsfield-Jackson
Atlanta International Airport.
The move by the Lawrenceville-based air charter company comes
just two months after the 30-minute flights began on Nov. 1.
The company began five daily flights this week between the Gwinnett County Airport and Hartsfield. The company's Web site says those are still operating.
The company operates a fleet of 10 Piper Chieftain aircraft seating up to eight passengers.
Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
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